byCentre for Educational Television Overseas, London; Great Plains National Instructional Television Library
Shows the use of various microphones and sound mixes and illustrates the importance of sound perspective. Explains difficulties encountered in achieving good sound quality in a television studio and use of sound to achieve effects. Describes how cleft palates affect speech. Using cineradiography, examines the functions of the velopharyngeal mechanism, as well as anterior dentition, dental arch form, and other types of abnormal physiologic activities. Briefly discusses the effects of surgery and... Topics: Television broadcasting, Television broadcasting
Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topic: Television broadcasting Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=qGUHAAAAQAAJ&oe=UTF-8
Lighting for Television(1964) Shows how geologists and engineers collect and interpret data to determine the occurrence, movement and amount of water available in a particular area, how ground water and surface water are inter-related and how the effects of various water uses on stream flows and ground water levels may be predicted. Topics: Stage lighting, Television broadcasting, Television, Stage lighting, Television broadcasting,...
byGranade, Charles; Butt, Margaret G; Bukalski, Peter J; American Film Institute
This public document was automatically mirrored from PDFy.Original filename: American Film Magazine 1982 June.pdf URL: https://pdf.yt/d/R_lIPiaOUvOke2No Upload date: December 18, 2014 14:36:23 Topics: mirror, pdf.yt, Motion pictures, Television broadcasting
byMoragas Spa, Miquel de, 1943-; Rivenburgh, Nancy Kay, 1956-; Larson, James F
For decades, scholars have studied the Olympic Games the history, the sports, the politics, the cultures and the economics involved trying to understand how each aspect relates to the modern Olympic movements as introduced by Baron Pierre de Coubertin nearly 100 years ago. Topics: bub_upload, Olympics, Television broadcasting of sports Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=U_u73VtZcJIC&hl=&source=gbs_api
DVB: The Family of International Standards for Digital Video BroadcastingAuthor: Professor Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Reimers Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg ISBN: 978-3-642-07807-1 DOI: 10.1007/978-3-662-11577-0Table of Contents:Digital Television — a First Summary Digitisation and Representation of Audio and Video Signals MPEG Source Coding of Audio Signals JPEG and MPEG Source Coding of Video Signals MPEG-2 Systems and Multiplexing Forward Error Correction (FEC) in Digital Television... Topics: Digital television, MPEG (Video coding standard), Television broadcasting, Télévision à haute...
byUniversity of Washington. Instructional Media Services.
Host Al Page interviews Jean Enersen, television journalist (KING 5 News) and member of the Visiting Committee in the School of Communications at the University of Washington. Ms. Enersen explains the purpose of news broadcasting, information/entertainment, committee decision-making, physical appearance, women in broadcasting, image, credibility, community, media consultants, journalism, visual imagery, documentaries and some of the qualities of a good television reporter. Originally... Topics: Enersen, Jean, Television journalists, Television broadcasting of news, Journalism
byUnited States. Department of Agriculture. Motion Picture Service
CONTENTS Introduction 1 Regulations regarding showing of U. S. D. A. films on television 1 Instructions for ordering films for television 2 Regional offices of the U.S. Forest service 2 Stock Film Catalog 3 Alphabetical list of films 5 U. S. D. A. Television Package Program 25 Listing of films by running time 32 Subject matter index 37 Digitized by Google. Topics: United States. Department of Agriculture, Television Broadcasting Of Films, Motion Pictures In...
Note: Some sections are silent. Audio levels are low in the second half of part 2. Additional Title: Reels A-D and E-F Description: Reels A-D and E-F of KNTV San Jose broadcast news footage for March 24,1966; may be combination of the early and late news, includes national, local, sports and weather. According to script, stories include first ascent of the North Wall of Mount Eiger; study of effectiveness of B-52 bomber raids in Vietnam; planned mass walkout at U.C. Berkeley for U.S. Ambassador... Topics: californialightandsound, Television stations, Television broadcasting of news, Nineteen sixties,...
Roots: 11--Freedom part 1 reel 2 The bitter defeat of the Confederacy carries over in the treatment of the former slaves. Tom, Chicken George's second child, attempts to keep the family together in the face of this degrading treatment by the local white men. SummaryDescribes the family's attempts to sharecrop the land after the war, until rampaging nightriders destroy their crops. Tells how Tom manages to identify the criminals. Explains that wily Senator Justi./iakes control of the plantation... Topics: Educational Film, Series: Roots, Series: Roots (1977), Television broadcasting, United States...
Note: In part 1 some sections are silent. Part 2 is silent. Additional Title: Reels A-D and E-F Description: News footage reels A-D and E-F from KNTV San Jose broadcast on March 21, 1966; may be combination of the early and late news, includes national, local, sports and weather. According to script, stories include showdown between Buddhist Institute and Prime Minister Nguyễn Cao Kỳ in Vietnam; Redwood City Port Commissioners adopt use permit for United Technology Center to manufacture... Topics: californialightandsound, Television stations, Television broadcasting of news, Nineteen sixties,...